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Just like the Gamecocks and most other schools around the country, the Gaytors usually get together and sing the alma mater in front of the band after the game, but after the embarrassing loss handed to them by Louisville, only one player went over and stood by himself and sang along with the last remaining fans and the band.
From the blog Dr. Saturday: At the end of Florida victories, the team usually sticks around to sing the alma mater with the band. But after Wednesday’s embarrassing 33-23 loss to Louisville in the Sugar Bowl, most Florida players couldn’t get off the field fast … Continue reading →
One player gets it. Sad Good for him though.
Now there's a good message to send to their recruits.
Sounds like Rolin will fit in there.
Everybody's a super classy, mistake-free twenty something on a message board.
I'm not twenty, passed that a long ways back....
And I would attribute this to immaturity on a few players, but all the team (including coaches) but one reserve player?!? I think the AD at Florida will have some choice words for Muscamp about this. It made the first page of Yahoo/Rivals for a couple days. Showed that one player with a lot of class. Made the rest of team, including coaches, sound like a bunch of spoiled, selfish buffoons.
Oh wait, this is Muscamp and company. Word picture is accurate...
I agree. My Gator friends and family members are strangely silent about this. They posted a pic of Thompson's sack in the Florida game on their FB walls and even tagged me in it to make sure I saw it. If I were truly a vindictive person, I would post the pic of that one young man standing there on theirs. I won't do that, but the next family reunion might be interesting.
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